Magnitude 3.5 earthquake south of Langjökull glacier Today at 17:24 UTC a magnitude 3.5 earthquake took place south of Langjökull glacier. This earthquake had pre-earthquakes with the magnitudes from 2.1 and up 2.8. There where also several smaller earthquakes at the same location. This earthquake did appear clearly on my geophones in south and north Iceland. My webicorders can be viewed here .
8 March 2013 My experience as a woman in the geosciences Being deep in the throes of thesis-wrangling has left me little time for blogging lately, but as a woman and a geoscientist I definitely thought it was important to write a little bit about International Women’s Day, and about my own experiences. I first became aware that this was a day of celebration when my graduate advisor and I encountered a parade in downtown Xela when we were in Guatemala doing fieldwork for my thesis. It was a beautiful day and the parade-goers were lively and excited and enthused.
Volcano News - John Seach February 2013 Monitoring worldwide volcanic activity 25 years of volcano adventures 13 years on the internet - 2000-2013 Reports are posted in Eastern Australian Time (UT +10 hr). Archived Volcano News See photos and video of John Seach flying Microlight aircraft